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2007 Toyota Tundra Reviews

Looking to buy a 2007 Toyota Tundra? Check out this list of reviews to help decide.

Toyota Tundra Vs. Dodge Ram Battle in Philly

The full-size 2012 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4X4 is the better choice compared to the 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Sport Quad Cab, according to a head-to-head comparison test that was conducted by Philly.com. A Philly.com reviewer recently took the two full-size pickup trucks for a spin, paying close attention to powertrain options, cabin and cargo space, the way the trucks drive and how easy the trucks are to maneuver.

Toyota Tundra Vs. Dodge Ram

The Toyota Tundra came out on top in a head-to-head comparison with the Dodge Ram 1500 in a review by Philly.com

Forbes Magazine Names Tundra a 2012 Tough Truck

Forbes Magazine recently completed an exhaustive process to name the Toyota Tundra a 2012 “Tough Truck.” The Tundra is continuing to improve its perception among full-size truck buyers and this honor pushes it past other trucks.

Forbes Magazine - Tundra 2012 Tough Truck

Forbes Magazine named the 2012 Toyota Tundra a Tough Truck after an exhaustive review of tests.

2011 Tundra Named IntelliChoice Best Overall Value

Intellichoice has named the Toyota Tundra the best overall full-size truck value for 2011. The “Best Overall Value” award is primarily a financial award – IntelliChoice choses winners based on their overall cost, including maintenance, repairs, and resale.

the annual Best Overall Value Awards help to identify best-in-class vehicles that deliver outstanding value and lower than expected costs over time; offering consumers a quick reference to determine which vehicles give them the most bang for their buck

Frankly, it’s no surprise that the Tundra is the winner of this award.┬áThe Tundra has won awards from

JD Power Says Tundra Most Dependable Five Years In A Row

For the last five years, J.D. Power and Associates has declared the Toyota Tundra to be the most dependable large truck on the road. This year’s award is significant in that it is the first dependability award based upon the 2nd generation design of the Tundra. Considering all of the issues the 2nd generation Tundra had in it’s first year, it’s nothing short of miraculous that this truck won JD Power’s dependability award…and that’s likely bad news for Ford, GM, Chrysler, and Nissan for the future.